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CHARLESTON BAILY NEWS,
G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR.
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
'^o. l8 HAYNE-STREET.
TO NEWS DEALERS.a cents
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CITY.
U-THK IJIST OF XJB3TTBJRS re
rnninin? In the Fostofnoe ut the end
o? euch weehc is i??xt?llsne<? officially
In THB D-ZVIT-JY NEWS every Fri
Three porsona diod of auuatroko in Now York
Tho Norfolk Old Dominion classifies tho political
partios in Virginia as National Union men, Radical
Union men ami anciont DonioorA te.
A Hartford (Ct.) paper roports that Mrs. E.
WALJIEA, wifo of a machinist in that city, has
fallon hoir to a fortuno ia England estimated at
Tho bogus Senators from Colorado aro still
hanging arouud tho Capitol endeavoring to force
through tho fraud of making that depopulated
and isolated Territory a State. Congreas don't soo
it. If a vote is ovor reached the voto of the Colo
rado bill will surely be sustained.
The Govornor of Virginia is Baid to be about to
commence proceedings for the recovery of juris
diction over tho counties of Berkeley and Jeffer
son, which were transferred by Congress to West
Virginia. Judgo Conns, of Boston, is to aeaiat
Attorney-Gonoral HUNTEH in conducting the oaso.
Oapt. Pin Lil- R. FORNEY, 14th United Statos In
fantry (a son of Col. JOHN W. FORMBY), was re
cently tried by court-martial at San Francisco,
California, and dismissed the. service. Tho charges
of which Capt. FORNEY Were found guilty were dis
obedience of orders and conduct unbecoming an
officer and a gentleman. The eentenoo of the
Court has boon confirmed by the commanding
Richmond papers to-day contain the detail? of
6 college commencement, at which Qon. FITZ HUGH
LEE was present. Ho was received with great en
thusiasm, and spoke as follows : "Ladies and Gen
tlemen : -There is a small village in this good old
State known as Appomattox Court House. At this
place I waa most forcibly remindod, on the 9th
day of April, 1865, that I had nothing furthor to
say. I thank you most heartily for the honor you
have so kindly conferred upon me."
An extraordinary reptile baa arrived in England
from Australia, which seems to bo more nearly
allied to tho pre-Adamite Saurians than anything
before discovered. It possessed enormous claws
and teeth, which enabled it to cause great de
struction to the natives, while its almost impene
trable akin shielded it from their rude weapons.
The body is perfect, with the exception of one
claw torn off in the final contest.
A Loud m journal says ou Saturday, June' 9th,
by command of the Queen, a drawing-room was
bold at St. James' Falaco by her Royal Highness,
the Friiioc-ss of Wales, on behalf of nor Majesty,
st which Mrs. SFBAQDE, wife of the Hon. WILLIAM
SriiAouE, United States Senator from Rhode
Island; M?BB CHASE, daughter of the Chief Justice
of the United States; Mrs. W. W. STOREY and Miss
STOREY, of Boston; Mian VAN BOREN and Miss
ELLEN J. VAN BUREN, daughters of Hon. JOHN
VAN BOREN, of New York, were presented by Mrs.
The Nashville papers announce that the jury of
the Circuit Court of Knox county, Tonn., have
just brought in a verdict of not guilty in the case
of CANN, RAMSEY and others, who were indicted
for being members of a rebel court-martial, which
ordered the hanging of certain citizens of Ten*
nessee in the fall or winter of 1861. The Repub
lican says this ia in accordance with the views of
General GRANT, who holds that no State baa the
power of trying an officer or private for offences
committed in carrying out the orders of bia supe
The following is a translation from a recent
number of the Iris, an Imperial paper published
at Tampico: "Since February last to the present
date there have left this plaoo for Tuxpan and
Vera Cruz twenty thousand packag CB of merchan
dise, upon which the merchants of this placo will
loso upwards of $200,000 for freight alone, which
is $10 per package. Theae enormous losses, the
disaster of Fantoyaquita, and the further losses
our merchants havo to Huffer, on account of tho
numerous failures in the interior, will utterly ruin
tho commerce of this place if the situation is pro
longed six months moro.
The storm which prevailed at Poughkeepaie, N.
Y., on Wednesday, waa also prevalent along tho
Hudson above that city. The north tower of St.
Joseph's Church at Albany was injurod severely
by lightning, and a steersman on a canal boat waB
killed by the same agonoy. At Troy tho storm
waa the sevorest that has visited that locaUty for
many years. An embankment on the Troy and
Boston Railroad was washod away, and a freight
train waa precipitated down the steep. No lives
were lost. On Thursday a violont thunder storm
occurred in portions of Maine. At Windham, a
lady thirty years old was killed ; a girl of twelve
fatally, and an old lady slightly injured by a thun
derbolt whilo sitting together. Several houses
and barns were destroyed by lightning.
Tho Washington Chronicle of Juno 29 says : "On
tho 12th of Juno tho Secretary of tho Treasury
replied, in a communication to the House, in re
lation to tho trade between the United States and
the British Provinces, calling attention to Bovoral
former reporto on tho general subject, and en
closing a lotter, written by THOMAS W. TAYLOR,
special agent of the Troasury Department for tho
District of Minnesota, in which tho information
desired by tho Honan was moro particularly de
tailed. Tho most interesting portion of Mr. TAY
LOR'S letter is that in which ho earnestly recom
mends that an ' ovorturo bo made to the
people of the English colonies on this continent to
unite their fortun?e with the people and Govern
ment of the United States.' Secretary MOCUL
1.0on, in calling attention to theae views, with
holds bia own opinion, but invites the attention of
the House of Representatives to them."
tkW AU oommuntcortona intended for publication in
this journal mutt be addressed to the Editor of
the Hauy News, No. l8 Hayne-street, Charleston,
8. O. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake to return r^'ected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be acoompa
nied lolth the cash._
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TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 3. 18CC.
THE HALL HAS OPENED.
At last tho sound of preparation is hushed,
and tho thundors of artillery have sont thoir
oohoes to our wostorn shores. Prussia has
tho vantage ground. In tho raco for Dresden,
it waa thought AuBtria would bo the winnor;
but the telegraph announces a different re
sult Saxony is turned out of doors. The
King bad to Beek refuge in Bohemia. This
?will doubtless be the next objective point of
the Prussian army on tho south. Tho Fede
ral army, composed of the contingents of
Bavaria, Saxony, Hanover, and the minor
States of Germany, are operating in the
vicinity of Frankfort, and ovon though a
Hessian rogimont was almost annihilated in
its efforts to keep the Prussians out of Frank
fort,-if they are properly handled, they
will, in our opinion, prove quite sufficient to
cope with the onemy on tho north and wost.
Austria must take care of tho south and
Much will depend, of course, on the ability
of tho generals in command. The materiel
of the soldiery on both sides is protty much
tho samo. They are men of one blood, ono
language and one kindred. In discipline and
organization also, they are very similar. Prus
sia has the advantago in the management of
her army in Germany in being a unit, while
the Austro-Fedoral army will, in all proba
bility, have two hoads, and there will always
be more or IOBS difficulty in manoeuvring this
True, Italy and Prussia also form an alli
ance, and the samo objection might be urged
in their case. But the two cases are not
necessarily analogous. Italy can operate
with groat advantage on tho southern fron
tier of Austria, and through Hungary, per
haps, on the east, and need never como in col
lision with her ally in the north.
The telegraph is somewhat obscure, as re
gards Oldenburg and Anhalt We do not
understand preoisely what oan be meant by
the secession of these two little States. As
there are three Anhalts, the split may refer
to four States: the Grand-duohy of Oldenburg
and the three petty principalities of Anhalt
Dessau, Bernburg and Kcethon. But it ?B
idle to predicate any guess upon the uncer
tainties of telegraphic interpretation, espe
cially where foreign namos are oonoerned.
THE STAY LAW IN THE UP COUNTRY.
"In tho judgmont of this Gourt, the provisions
of the Act? of 1861 and 1865, which interdict tho
sorvico of moano procosa, or tho onforcomont of
final process, are at variance with tho article of
the Constitution of the United BtateB, which pro
hibits a Stato from passing any law impairing the
obligation of contracts, and such provisions are
consequently inoperative and void.''
Suoh ?B the decision of the Court of Errors
of this State, which has raised a perfect
storm of indignation among oertain classes
in the upper Districts. The decision was made
by the highest Court of the Stato, after ar
gument by learned counsel, and it would seem
to reasonable mon that the only course left
for good citizens to pursue is to quietly ac
Plain, however, as this may appear, it is
nevertheless true that great indignation ia
felt and expressed by oertain ?lasses in the
up country, and it has occasionally found
vent in ways too disgraceful to the State.
The class offended by HUB decision ?B numer
ous and influential. Many of them are ac
tuated by narrow but honest prejudice.
Others, again, are so blinded by Belfishneos
and love of gain as to bo regardless of the
plainest principles of honor. To enlighten
the ignorant and ehame the dishonest let UB
take a common senae view of the matter, such
as it will take no lawyer to interpret
It may be inconvenient for a man to pay
his debts under certain circumstances, but
that ho should bo oompelled to pay thom,
whether inoonvenient or not, is certainly
not an injustice of which he has a right to
complain. If there is any equitable reason
why he should not pay the debt, the Courts
of Equity ure as open to him as ever, and he
will find no difficulty io obtaining an injunc
tion to prevent the execution of process,oithor
mesno or final. Where then is the nocossity,
that the legislative branch of the Govern
ment should usurp the prerogatives of the
judiciary, and for certain assigned equitable
reasons pass an act of prohibition equivalent
to a dooroo of injunction against suits at
law in certain oases. If there were no equi
table jurisdiction in the CourtB of this State,
there might be some excuse for a demand
upon the Legislature to interpose its power
to prevent injustice, but whon we have special
Equity Courts, and the Judges of those Courts
are ohosen from the most learned and able of
our lawyers, surely it can only be an act of
injustice whioh needs the strong arm of the
Legislature to protect it from the deorees of
One of the principal arguments on whioh
the friends of the Stay Law relied for its jus
tification was this: Before the war many per
sons of ample means inourred obligations
whioh they had every reason to beliove they
would bo able to meet. By oiroumstancea
beyond thoir control this property has been
taken away from them, and it would reduce
them to & etato of destitution to be oompelled
to pay those- dobta now. This all sounds very
plauBiblo, but lot us tuko the worst possiblo
caso that can bo supposed, and look at it in a
plain practical manner. A young man just
sotting out in lifo, in tho yoar 18G0, with a
largo quantity of rich land and plonty of
bank stock, buys nogrooB to work that laud,
and gives his bond for tho purchaso money,
payablo in four years, llo has ovory pros
pect of being ablo to moot his obligations by
tho product of his lands, or if that fails ho
can disposo of his bank Block. The war
comes, his bank stock is worthless, his uo
groos aro set freo, his obligation becomes duo,
and ho has nothing with which to moot it
bat his land. If that is sold he is reduced
to absolute povorty.
Hero then, if ovor, is a caso for the appli
cation of tho Stay Law. But lot us aupposo
for a moment that thero had boon no war,
that somo pestilence had curried off his ne
groes, that thero had been a financial crisis
and .the banks had foiled. Is he any worse
off now than ho would have boon under such
oiroumstanooB ? Yet no Court oould havo
protected him then, and no Legislature would
have assisted him with a Stay Law.
Misfortunes must not be remedied by injus
tice. Juokals proy upon the dead. Ia timos
of war and general distress there are always
men who fatton on tho ovils of tho land.
Speculators, oxtortionors, traitors, cowards
grew wealthy in tho Southern States during
the dreadful struggle through whioh wo havo
just passed, but it will never do in striving to
deprive these wretohes of their booty, to
place a bar in the way of enforoing all just
and righteous deminds.
SERVANT "WANTED-A COLORED WO
MAN or Olrl todo IIO?SE WORE and attend to chil
dren. Apply at No. 21 SMITH-STREET, next north of
CUOR: AND WASHER WASTED, FOR A
small family. Mnst come woll recommendod. Ap
ply at No. 4 WENT WORTH-STREET, north side, be
tweon Anson and East Say. 1 July 3
WANTED_A SITUATION AS A NURSE,
Child's Nurso or Monthly Nurao. Apply within
throe dsys st No. 17 COLLEGE-STREET.
WANTED.-A SOBER, HONEST, AND IN
DUSTRI?OS House Servant, mar find perma
nent employment, by applying at No. 8 AIKEVS ROW.
Satisfactory references required; without which, none
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, BY A YOUNO
man, a residont of Charleston, In any capacity.
Is a gocd bookkeeper, and willing to make himself use
ful in any business. Best of references fornlshod.
Addrois NERO, Glass Box No. IS, Charleston P. O.
WANTED, BY A YOUNO MAN, A SITUA
TION m somo Wholesale or Rotuli Dry Goods or
Grocery bouso; has some knowledge of th?T Dry Goods,
and a thorough knowledge of the Grocery Business, hav
ing been In that business on his own account. He will
atndy the interest of his employer, and 1B willing to
make himself generally useful. Salary no object Best
of references furnished. Address "P." through the
Postcfflco. or apply at this office. Juno 11
WANTED, BY A YOUNG LADY OF A
thorough EngUsh education, who has boen for
soveral years engaged In teaching, a POSITION A8
TEAOHEB, or In any capacity In which a female can be
employed, either ia tho city or country, as necessity will
compel her to accept any Berrico sbo can procure. Her
obief object wUlbe to obtain ahorne, of which she is now
destitute, and only very slight compensation, besldo,
would bo required. Satisfactory references can be fur
nished. Please address, stating particulars, Miss
HELEN OLARKBON, Charleston, 8. O.
June 37 13
_TO BENT, ?So._
TO RENT, THREE FURNISHtCDROOMd,
Inquire at No. 6 Jasper Court.
TO RENT. THREE ROOMS; No. 320 MEET
ING-STREET, opposite Eagle Fire Engiri? House.
TO RENT. A LARGE ROOM OVER STORE
No. 349 KING 81 P.KET, In the Bend, a Ano ?Und
for business or an Office. Also, a pleasant CHAMBER
will be rented to one or two gentlemen, with or without
Board. Apply on tho premises, np stairs.
FOR RENT LOW, TO AN APPROVED
tenant, that large and commodious HOUSE oorner
of East Bay and IuspeoUon streets, contal Ding 8 square
rooms, pantry, dressing rooms, and basements| Lot
extends to Washington street, with Honse that may be
rented. PI NORN EY BROS.,
June 36_tuf_North Atlantic Wharves.
TO RENT, THE STORE AND HOUSE No.
368 King-street, with shelving and gas fixtures
complete, and the upper port of the House in good
order. Apply at No. 106 WENTWORTH-STREET.
Juno 28 thstu8*
O RENT. THE HOUSE No. 55 STAT?
BTREET, containing six upright rooms, Cistern,
Kitchen and Well of water, and sultab'e for a Store.
Apply at No. 106 WENTWORTH-STREET.
THREE STORES on Meeting-street, opposite Pavilion
Hotel, Nos. 138,140 and 14X thstuS* June 28
LANDS FOR SALE-THE SUBSCRIBER
offers for sale all of his LANDS In the Fork of
Edlsto Rivers, Orongoburg Dlatriot, from 6 to 7 miles
from Midway, S O. Railroad. Five places-one of 1000
acres, where ho now resides; one of 700 acres, 440 acres,
800 acres, 360 acres; all of sold places are improvod by
open land and otherwise, part of the lands are river
lands ou South Edlsto, and part first-class pinelands;
or he will cut up sild places lu tracts of any Bise to suit
purchasers. Address P. L. BRONSON,
Julys_tuso_Midway, B. C.
FOR HALE, ALL. THAT LOT OF LAND,
with two and a half story DWELLING, situated at
No. 1 Booth-street, having donblo piazza and commo
dious basement, fine elstern and woll. The house Is
new and in good repair, and pleasantly located, with
dry lot. For terms and particulars, apply to
H. A. A J. T. EARLY,
June IS Northwest corner Marke) and East Bay. .'
OR SALE.-SECOND HAND PRINTING
PRESSES AND TYPE In good order.
Fonts of Bourgeois, Pearl, Nonporoll, Minion, etc.
SMITH HAND PRESS-Platen, 22>mx27 luches; bed,
WORREL HAND PRESS-Platen, 33x23 Inches; bed,
WASHINGTON HAND PRESS-Platen, 23Xx28>?
Inches; bed, 22x36 lnohes.
HOE HAND PRESS-Platen, 33>?x38 inches; bed, 20>i
x31 X Inches.
RUG?LES* JOB PRESS-Standing Shoot Press.
Address W. D. MAXWELL, Wilmington, DeL
or 3. w. MCMILLAN,
MayB_At this Office.
BOARD-A YOUNG MAN AVANTS A
pleasant roora, with full or partial Board, in a
plain Cathollo family, between Klng-stroet and Esat
Bay, and below Queen-stroot. Address, stating terms,
Key Box 70, Poatoifloe. 1* July 3
DR. T. S. THOMSON,
OFFICE 800IETY-8TREBT, ONE DOOR EAST OF
Residence corner of Tradd and Orange streots.
Juno 13 tathsl34
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO NO. 84 CUAL
MERS-STRRET, North sido, next door to Mr.
MoiNNis* Blacksmith Shop, and two doors east of Meet
ing-street. May 80
THE BEOULAR MEETINO OF HIE CITY COUMGID
wUl bd held This Day. in Couucll Chamber, at Fivo
o'clock P. M.
Tho Aldermen elect of Wards Noa. 1, 'i and 4, aro ro
qucstod to appear anil qualily.
W. U. SMITH,
July3 1 Clerk or Couucll.
SAVINGS BUILDING? AM? LOAN ASSO
A MEETINO OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
f-'avlngs Building and Loan Association will bo
held This Afternoon. 3d luat.-int, at 0 o'clock, at tho
Office o? B. McCall, No. 61 Broad-street. A full attend
suco is requested. J. H. COLUURN,
J uno 3 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
CIMULBSTON BOARD OF TRADE,
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
Charleston Board ol Trade will ho hold This Even
ing, at the Charleston Hotol Club Roora, at 8 o'clock
1'. M. JOHN B. STEELE,
.lune 3 1 Secrotnry.
PAhMHTTU BASIC BALL CLUB.
A REGULAR MEETING OF THE PALMETTO
BASE BALL OLUU will bo held This Evening, at
8 o'clock. In Masonic Hall, corner of King and Wont
A punctual attendance Is requested.
WM. H. BELL X MY,
A MEETING OF THI8 SOCIETY WILL BE HELD
This Evening, at 8 o'clock, at "Nat Fullor'e," cor
ner of Church street and Ft, Michael's Alloy. A general
mcoilug will bo hold To-Morrow at 10 o'clock A. M., at
the samo place. After the transaction of business, tho
usual Boclal meeting of tho members will toko pla:o
at 4, o'clock P. M. JAMES SIMONS, JR.,
July 2 1 Secretary.
THE REGULAR MOSTHLY MEETING WILL BE
held, Thit Evening. 3d lust., at 8 o'clock, at the
Hall. THOS. O'BRIEN,
DEUTSCHER FRKUNOSCHAFTS BUND.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
Society takes place This Evening, July 3, at 8
o'clock. GEORGE HUNEKISN. Secretary.
91. 5). 3)aP ?oeat irirb am 4tcn Duli OTorgcnfl ? Uvr
er?ffnet, f?r SDMtBlicccr. Um 11 llvr fjro?artiijcr Pund).
JEFFERSON LODGE, No. 4t. I. I?. O. F.
THE REGULAR MEETINO OF THIS LODGE WILL
bo hold This Evening, at 8 o'clock, at lim Hall. Tho
officers elected for tho ensuing term will bo Installed.
M umbers of our Sister Lodges aro cordially invited to
By order. WILLIAM YOUNG,
June 3 1 Recording Secretary.
RAMSEY CHAPTER NO. HT, R.\ A.-. M.-.
A REGULAR CONVOCATION OF THI8 CHAPTER
will be h'ld at Masonic Hall 1 his Evening, at 8
o'clock. McmDcra and candidates aro requested to bo
By order M.\ S.\ H.-. P.-.
GEO. H. I NO RAH AM, JB.,
CHARLESTON FIRE COMPANY OF
ATTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
your Company, This Evening, at the Hope Engine
Hall, Archdale-atreet, opposite- Market-street, at 8
A full and punctual attondancn la requested, as busi
nesB of Importance will bo submitted.
By order. E. JOHN WHITE,
Secretary O. F. Company of Ai einen.
PHOSIX FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COM
PANY This Evening, at Masonic Hall, at Eight
o'clock. A full meeting is particularly desired, as there
will bo business of importance submitted.
By order: J. F. B. HASELL,
July 8 1 Secretary.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO ATTEND
your Begular Monthly Meeting, at Gorman En
gine House Hall, This Evening, at 8 o'clock precisely.
July 3_1_GEO. O. BLAOK, SocroUry,
CHARLESTON FIRE ENGINE t OHIPANY.
YOU ABE HEREBY SUMMONED TO ATTEND A
Regular Monthly Meeting of your Company, at
your Hall, Wcntworth-streot, This (Tuesday) Evening,
July 3d, at half-past Eight o'clock.
By order: S. BENTSOHNER,
Jnly3_1_Secretary C. F. E. Co.
CHARLESTON CLUB HOUSE.
A MEETING OF THE MEMBERS OF THE OLUB
wUl bo held Thursday Eeening next, 6th inat., at
Eight o'clock, at the Milla House.
After the adjournmout, a mooting of the Sharoholdera
in the Lot and Buildings, will bo held.
July 3 2
THE COPARTNER-HIP EXISTING BETWEEN M.
J. and MAX WAGNbR, under the style of WAG
NER & BRO., ia dissolved by mutual consent. Messrs.
BRUNS & BEE, having been appointed receivers, are
authorized to take charge of I he Stock and sell the same.
M. J. WAGNER.
THE ?NDEB8IGNED HAS THI8 DAY A8300IATBD
with bim in partnership, his two sons, JOHN B.
HERIOT. Ja., and BASIL M. HERIOT, under the origi
nal firm of WILLIAM B HEttlOT k CO , for conducting
in this place, aa heretofore, tho business or Bsukers and
Insurance Agents. WILLIAM B. HEBIOT.
THE UNDERSIGNED H A8 ASSOCIATED WITH HIM,
in the AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, Mr. WILLIAM A. BOYLE. The business
will hereafter be conducted in the name of GANTT k
ROYLE. Office Charleston Library Building, North
west oorner Broad and Church streets.
July 2 6 JAMES L. GANTT.
_LOST, STOLEN, &o._
MULE STOLEN.-?J DOLLARS RE
WARD.-Stolen from my atable, at Danner'a
Cross Roads. St James' Gooae Creek Pariah, on Tuea
day night, June 26th, a LIGHT BAY HOB9E MULE,
about 12 yean old, in good condition. Said Mule le
about 13 hands high, and has white hair about the head
indicating age. A reward of $25 will be paid for infor
mation loading to the recovery of the Mule, and an ad
ditional reward will be given for evidence auffioient to
convict the thief. Address the undersigned, at Dan
ner'a CroSB Roads, or at the Courier Office, Charleston,
8. 0. WILLIAM L. DAGGETT.
LOST, A t>ILV*.H-MOUN-rED M E E R
SOHAUM PIPE: supposed to have been left in the
rear coach of the Northeastern Railroad yosterday. The
finder will be lib orally rewarded by leaving the same at
the office of the Charleston Hotel. Juno 25
PROPERTY OF THE STATE OF SOUTH
ALL PERBON8 IN POSSESSION OF PROPERTY OF
any description, either real or personal, of any
locality, are requested to report the same, at their
earliest convenience, to W. A. HARRIS,
Special Agent of tho State of South Carolina,
July 3_tuthal3_Offloo Columbia.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
TOWN OP SUMMERVILLE, SO. OA.
OWNER8 OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
within the corporate limita Town of Summerville
are hereby notified that the Clerk will bo at tho Town
Hall on 10th. 14th, 17th, and 21at of July, from 10 A. M.
to 2 P. M., to receive retorna of property.
JOwnora of lota (with and without houses upon them),
residing In the city of Charleston, will take notice, and
moko their returna in due time.
The Taxes wiU be collected in tho month of AugUBt,
of which notice will be given.
By order of Council. JAMES PURCELL,
July 3_tul rolf i _ Clerk.
LADIES' MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION.
THIS A8SO0IATION l8 NOW PREPARED TO EXE
CUTE NEEDLE WORE of every description, and
tnene having WORK to be done, and aro dlsposod to
promote this benovolent undertaking, will please make
application at tho DEPOSITORY, in uhalmers-slreot.
Persona wishing to obtain NEEDLE WORK from the
Association will apply to the Superlutendonta of their
respective WARDB, on TUESDAY of each weok, name
WABD NO. 1.-Miss EMMA RAVENEL, No. 38 Meet
WAIID NO. 2.-M1SI MARIE OGIBR, No. 8 King
WABD NO. 8.-Mre. 3. R. SIMONTON, No. 811 East
WABD No. 4.-M*as ELLEN STEADMAN, King-street,
WABD NO. 6.-Mra. 3. DEWEE8, No. 10 Mary-street.
WABD NO. 0.-Mrs. G. OHISOLM, No. 102 Ht. Phil
WABD NO. 7.-Mrs. GUY, No 308 Mectlng-strbot.
WABD NO. 8.-Mrs NEWTON, No. 92 Cannon-street.
W. F. DKSAUSSUBE, Secretary.
ffljOK A DA VI-AGENTS WANTED TO
J?J^O seil a new and woudcrfu SEWING MACHINS
theoniy oheap one licensed. AddreaaSHAW k CLARK
ilH?ictd Main. September M
BinoDlric Lanterns and Drnmmonii Lights.
IT>HE FOLLLOWINO l8 THE PROGRAMME OF THE
JL SECOND EXHIBITION which will bo given at the
CHAPEL of tho College ol Cbarloston. THIS EVENING,
(Tuesday), July 3d, st 8>i o'clock precisely:
INCIDENTS OF THE LATE WAH.
View of Fort 8umtor In pence; View of the same by
Moonlight; FortSuiuter Roiubardod In April, 1801-tho
Fort ou Flro-tbo effect of ascending Flames and Smoko
produced by uicchauical stoney; Boinbarduiout of Fort
?uinler by tho Iron-clad Fleot April 1HG3, OB Boon from,
Battory Orcgg; Tho Ironsides tlir iwlng Sholls; Sinking
of tho Monitor Woehawkin off Charleston Docombor,
18C3; Fort Sumtor arter its evacuation by tho Confed
erate?, and In possession of tin? Federals Fob. 18th, 1866;
Burning of Columbia, B C, Fob. 17th. 18C5; Fort Pu
laski boloro tho attack by tho Fedorals; Vlow of Fort
Warren, Hu-ton Harbor; Interior Vlow of Fort Lafayette,
At the reiiuo.it of sovoral per?ons wl,o could not ob
tain sontB at tho provious Exhibition, tho AURORAL
VIEWS will be repeated This Evonlng.
Venus descending into tho Bath; Maid and M?nenlo
vous Boy, (by Thoed); Sloop of Sorrow and Dream of
Joy, (by Monti).
VIEWS IN EUnoi'K.
Buckingham Palace, London; tho BHio Saloon, or Re
ception Room, the Drawing Room, tho Dining Room,
tho Hall of Paintings; Olly of Constautinoplo, with tho
Moequo of St. Sophia; Tho Rtosn.uo, or Summer House
of tho Sultana; Tbo Arcades and Bazar at Hamburg;
The Castlo of StozenfoU on tho Rhino.
DESIGNED cniEPLT FOB THE AMUSEMENT OF CHILDREN.
Chrlstmaskco In Camp; Christmas ovon at homo; Vnso
of Flowers-transitions Irnn buds to bloom; Tho Spirit
Mother-this plcturo which was so much admired, is
again exhibited at tho request of many littlo girls.
The Exhibition will condado with CHROMATROPE8
OR ARTIFICIAL FIRE WORKS.
Tickets 60 cents each, to be had at tho door. Ushers will
bo In attendance to conduct spectators to their seats.
July 3_ 1
1?ALL! BALL! BALLT
MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE,,
rpO BE GIVEN ON WEDNESDAY, JDLY 4TU, COM
I monclng at 10 o'clock. A. M.
MULLER'S DAND is ctigoged. Admittance $1.
J9~htcamboat leaves every hour during the day.
July 2 3* JOHN F. MBYER A CO.
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION
COLORED CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON.
THE COLORED CITIZEN8 OF CHARLESTON WILL.
COlebrato the Ninetieth Anniversary of American)
Indedepondem:?, un Wednesday next, 4th July. 1860.
The Froceboik.ii ?rill be formed at the Cltalel Oreen,
at 8 o'clock, composed of tbo various Soclotlos aud En
glne Companies of the city, and will movo in tho follow
ORDER OF PROCESSION.
ORATOR8 OF THE DAY.
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION.
St. John Evangollst Society. Mechanics' Association.
Young Men's Broihorly Association. Moral Friendship
Society. Saxton Oharltab'o Association. Tho Marshal.
The Rev. Clergy of all Denominations, and Citizens
N. B.-All Societies that have not been officially noti
fied, are requested to report to the Chairman of the Com
mittee of Arrangements at the Citadel Oreen, on 4th of
July morning, where they will be assigned their respec
tive positions In tho procession ai 8>i o'clock A M. The
procession will move from tho Citadel Oreen down King
street to South Bay, up Meotlng-atrcet to Zlon'B Church.
Tho ladies sro respectfully invited to attend.
Committee of Arrangements:
W. F. KAIB80N I P. A8HE
B. W. EASTON A. F. GREGORY
8. DICKENSON I J. F. HUH BERT
L li. HARGRAVES P. B. MORGAN
H. L. BEN FORD,
July 3 1* Chairman.
TO BATTERY PROMENADERS!
Extra Bill of Fare
? O U R T H O D? JULY
Lat?es' ana Gent's Ice Cream Parlor
No, 6 SOUTH BATTERY.
jOarFEMALE WAITERS IN THE LADIES 8AL003."?3tV
Boxes have been erected in the Garden for COLORED
PER80N8-Entrance through the Archway.
HAS THE PLEASURE OF INFORMING HIS ?
friends and the public generally that there will
be a PIC-NIC To-Morrow, July 4, at his placo (Payne's
A BAND OF MTJSIO will be in attendance, and Bo
freshmen te will be provided.
at bic GI)? feinen ?reunben unb bein toerefcrtenbeutfdja.
en ?Pitbltfum anjujeiacn, bafj eilt iJ3ic*Slic uitb ?anj
Worsen ben 4Ion duli auf (einem ?anbfiaufe (? a to n e ' 9
? a r m) flatt pnbeit wirb. ?JUr ??ufa unD erfrifdjiinfleit
i ft beflcit? gefolgt.
MERCHANTS AND OTHERS, '
WILL ATTEND TO BALANCING B00E8, AD
JUSTING AOCOUNTB, making ont Custom
House Entries, Bills, Ac.
WRITING OF ALL KINDS dono with neatness anti
Offices CHARLESTON LIBRARY BUILDINGS.
N. W. corner Church end Broad-streets.
July 3 lmo*
HAS JD8r RECEIVED DIREOT FROM ENGLAND,
ABOUT 2000 YARDS OF 8UPERFINE CONFED
ERATE ORBY CLOTH, manufactured oxpresslyforcivil
ian's summer and early foil wear in the South. Will
be sold in Suits, or small lots. Also, in bond, about
3000 yards of heavy GREYS for winter.
N. B, Theso aliados will always bo found In my store.
HENRY TBENOHARD, Nos. 17 and l8 Exobange street,
Charleston, S. O.
mr Will barter for Wool._lmo_June 38
THE TIDE WILL SERVE MORNING AND EVEN
ING this week, at Whit? Point Garden Bathing
House. P. KILROY,
June 20 Proprietor.
A SPLENDID B?OGY WAGON, WITH POLE AND
8haft, suitable for two or four parsons; made by
Wood Bro., New ?ork. For furthor Information, in
quire at Phelan Billiard Room, corner Meeting and
Market streets. _ Jnnol?
C. 8. JENKINS
AVING BEEN RE-APPOINTED MEASURER AND
a. INSPECTOR OF TIMBER AND LUMBER, would
respectfully Inform hio old patrons sod all othars con
nected with the buainois, that he can be found st tho
ofiflco formerly occupied by J. W. BRODIE ?V SON, west
end of Broad-street. lmo? June 7